2017 Preservation Awards

2017 Preservation Awards

Location: Pickwick Plaza - 933 McGee Street Kansas City, MO 64106

On March 21st, 2018, Historic Kansas City recognized significant contributions in the field of historic preservation that best represented those connections to Kansas City’s past. This event highlighted numerous historic preservation efforts that occurred in the Kansas City area in the year 2017.

Best Adaptive Re-Use Winners:

Corrigan Building—Merit
Westport Commons—Honors
East 9 at Pickwick Plaza—Excellence

Best Preservation Practices Winners:

Sea Horse Fountain Ward Parkway

Contemporary Design in a Historic Context Winners:

414 Oak Street—Merit
Messenger Coffee – Ibis Bakery—Honors
Wurster House – Mission Hills, KS—Excellence

Neighborhood Stabilization Winners:

Wornall Homestead Neighborhood for NCOD—Merit
18th & Vine Revitalization—Honors
Pickwick Plaza—Excellence

Outstanding Work by a Craftsperson Winners:

RETROPROS Historic Renovations—Honors
Plasterkraft—Excellence

Richard Nadeau Award Winner: “The Nelsonhood” – Rockhill & Southmoreland Neighborhoods

Jane Flynn Award Winner: Anita Dixon for the UNESCO Designation of 18th & Vine

Richard Nadeau Award Winner: Steve Paul – Hemingway at Eighteen: The Pivotal Year That Launched an American Legend